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Watermelon grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Citrus grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Drones are a new technology available to farmers and consultants that allow a farmer or consultant to collect overhead images of farm field and land areas.
Woody Plants (Forestry) Chemical Weed Control.
Things that promote resistance along with examples of herbicides having same mode of action and weeds that are resistant to them.
Vegetable Crops (commercial) Chemical Weed Control.
Sugarcane Chemical Weed Control.
Soybean Chemical Weed Control.
Oats, Wheat, Barley and Rye Chemical Weed Control.
Rice Chemical Weed Control.
Weed Control Guide - information on recrop intervals.
Chemical Weed Control for Peanuts.
Chemical Weed Control for Permanent Pastures With White or Ladino Clover, Permanent Pasture Without Legume, Forage Sorghum or Sorghum Sudan Hybrids, Bermuda Establishment (Sprigging Only) and Alfalfa.
Nozzle types and suggested uses. Recommended procedures for reducing pesticide drift.
Chemical weed control for perennial, broad-leaf and grassy weeds; poison ivy and other vines.
Complete pdf of 2019 Chemical Weed Management Guide. Download the complete pdf for free.
Lawns and Other Turf Areas Chemical Weed Control.
Introduction, Other Useful Internet Sites, Web Addresses for Chemical Companies.
Scientists with the LSU AgCenter annually evaluate cotton varieties at four locations that represent Louisiana’s cotton-producing regions.
Home Garden Chemical Weed Control.
Conservation tillage systems, whether no-till or stale seedbed, require herbicide programs that successfully control native winter vegetation or cover crops before planting.
Grain Sorghum Chemical Weed Control.
Common and chemical names of herbicides.
Strawberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, Citrus, Grapes (Muscadine and Bunch), Mayhaws, Peaches and Pecans Chemical Weed Control
Louisiana Suggested Weed Management Guide for Cotton.
Chemical Weed Control For Corn Crops.
Conversion tables for weight, temperature, speed, length, area and liquid measure.
Chemical Weed Control for Herbaceous and Woody Plants.
Two different calibration procedures for determining the correct vehicle speed, tip and pressure to create a desired application rate.
Weed Control in Ponds and Lakes.
Prepared by LSU AgCenter cooperating personnel from Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station researchers and Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service.
Decisions on variety selection are some of the earliest and most critical you will make. This will help you decide what's best for your growing conditions.
The sugarcane borer (SCB), Diatraea saccharalis, is the primary pest of sugarcane in Louisiana.
The performance of corn hybrids is evaluated annually in the official variety trials (OVTs) by LSU AgCenter researchers.
Corn and grain sorghum producers in Louisiana encounter similar challenges when trying to manage foliar diseases that threaten crop yields and quality.
Cover crops have become an important tool for maintaining soil health and controlling winter weeds for Louisiana farmers. AgCenter researchers are exploring...
The search for a soybean variety resistant to Cercospora leaf blight (CLB) has proven to be incredibly difficult for LSU AgCenter researchers.
Scientists researching soybean planting dates and fertility rates for southwest Louisiana are pinpointing the optimal time to plant.
Sebe Brown, an LSU AgCenter entomologist, has several ongoing projects to study the best ways to treat corn and soybeans against insect pests.
A study by an LSU AgCenter entomologist is questioning whether products sprayed to control redbanded stink bugs also kill natural enemies of soybean loopers.
For more than five years LSU AgCenter researchers have looked for ways to deliver lethal bait to feral hogs to control the population of the invasive species.
A great deal of time and money are spent by researchers and seed companies to develop new soybean varieties and corn hybrids.
LSU AgCenter plant pathologists are screening crop varieties to see if any of them have traits that deter the guava root-knot nematode, an aggressive pest...
2019 Soybean and Grain Research and Promotion Board-funded projects
AgCenter has evaluated ways to reduce drift from the DJI AGRAS MG-1/1S suggests recommendations.
2019 Staff changes at the LSU AgCenter.
Now that soybeans with Enlist technology have been commercialized, LSU AgCenter weed scientists are able to fully evaluate the product.
Harvest weed seed control techniques might sound old-fashioned, but some scientists think they could become an important part of the future of American...
LSU AgCenter researchers exploring new approaches for managing Cercospora leaf blight are learning more about what triggers toxin production, when mitigation...
The LSU AgCenter wheat and oat breeding programs are making more variety crosses and evaluating more breeding lines per year than ever before.
Three AgCenter economists are examining ways Louisiana farmers can manage risk and improve their profitability.
Precision agriculture tools could allow farmers to pinpoint crop varieties to specific locations in their fields.
For five years, LSU AgCenter scientists have been evaluating the effectiveness of silicon fertilization in strengthening plants against disease and...
This publication should help producers make more informed decisions about corn hybrid selection and production practices.
To assist grain sorghum producers with hybrid selection, the LSU AgCenter conducts annual performance trials at several locations across the state.
Why do farmers burn in the first place? What are the benefits of burning crop residues? What will happen if farmers are not able to burn? What is a prescribed burn? What is smoke and ash management? Find these answers and more in this publication.
Small grain variety trials are conducted annually by scientists of the LSU AgCenter Agricultural Experment Station.
To help farmers make logical choices among crops and varieties, the LSU AgCenter conducts variety trials and makes suggestions each year.
Sealing structures, eliminating small animal habitats and keeping outdoor lights off are the only practical control measures for blood-sucking conenose bugs.
The man biter is a member of the minute brown fungus beetle family (Latridiidae).
These insects are true flies with only one pair of wings, the forewings, and not two pairs as in most other and not two pairs as in most other flying insects.
Termites belong to the order Blattodea.
Termites belong to the order Blattodea.
Several species of cockroaches are considered to be pests and can contribute to unhealthy, unsanitary conditions when infestations are severe.
Winter squash grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Blueberries grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Hands-on activities and concepts that can be applied to the farm.
Although other methods exist, the alcohol wash is widely considered to be the most accurate method of monitoring Varroa populations.
Catfish raised in Louisiana just for you.
Caught in Louisiana just for you.
Eggplant grown in Louisiana just for you.
Peppers grown fresh for you in Louisiana
Sweet potatoes grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Broccoli grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Cabbage grown fresh for you in Louisiana
Mushrooms grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Strawberries grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Cucumbers grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
Botanically, tomatoes are fruits, not vegetables.
Summer squash grown fresh for you in Louisiana.
2019 Insect Pest Management Guide – Complete book
Complete book - 326 pages
The sugarcane variety identification guide provides key botanical descriptions for identifying the different varieties of sugarcane.
Sugarcane varieties are the lifeblood of the Louisiana sugarcane industry. Variety diversification is essential to the survival of the industry.